Dad Khan Jarwar

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Dad Khan Jarwar
Union Council
Dad Khan Jarwar is located in the south of the district.
Dad Khan Jarwar is located in the south of the district.
Country  Pakistan
Province Sindh
District Tando Allahyar
Tehsil Chamber
 • Nazim Haji Nabi Bux[1]
 • Naib Nazim Abdul Sattar
Population [1]
 • Total 65,295

Dad Khan Jarwar is a town and union council of Tando Allahyar District in the Sindh Province of Pakistan.[1] It has a population of 65,295 and is part of Chamber Taluka located in the south of the district at 25°19'5N 68°43'20E.[2]

dad jarwar
Union council
Country  Pakistan
Province Sindh
District Tando Allahyar
Tehsil chamber

dad jarwar is a Union council of Tando Allahyar District in Sindh, Pakistan. It is one of the largest Union Councils of the District, it has a population of over 13,000.


The union council has a fresh environment but unfortunately located at the tail of water distributory minors like Zanur and Miran khori. Moreover, poor provincial administration and political influential lords make available water resources meager for the common people / peasants. The people of the vicinity face huge problem of drinking water which is rarely available from water supply scheme or water treatment plants and boring water is also undrinkable.


The education system is well developed with primary and elementary schools separate for boys and girls but no staff. Owing to this, students have to travel far away to nearby city, town schools for acquiring education. The literacy ratio is about 50% and improvement in this direction is still awaited .


The health system is also good but needs progress. VILLAG- ghulam Hussain in Dispensry


Mr. Nabi Bux Lund is Nazim of the union council. The District Government is taking good decision for the progress of this union council.

Notable people[edit]

  • Abdul Karim Laghari – An Alim who studied at the Darul Uloom Deoband, Deoband, India.
  • Sher Muhammad Jarwar- An advocate, social activist and former member union council who despite of limited resources and resistance from powerful lords succeeded to get basic infrastructure like roads, schools, electrification and water supply scheme.


Coordinates: 25°19′5″N 68°43′20″E / 25.31806°N 68.72222°E / 25.31806; 68.72222